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A.J. Green, Bengals Hold Off Ravens to Win 34-23 on Thursday Night Football | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and HighlightsThe Cincinnati Bengals parlayed Customized Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys an explosive first half into a 34-23 win over the Baltimore Ravens in their home opener at Paul Brown Stadium on Thursday night.Analysis: Why Bengals win over Ravens was about respectThe Bengals finished with the same score, but found a very different way to win their second game in four days. What does this victory mean about the national perception of the Bengals going forward? What we learned from Bengals' victory over Ravens - NFL.comThe Cincinnati Bengals put in a dominant first-half performance before fending off a second-half surge by the Baltimore Ravens to take a 34-23 victory and sole possession of first place in the AFC North.Unbeaten Cincinnati Bengals still searching for true identity - Cincinnati Bengals Blog- ESPNAndy Dalton and the Bengals jumped out to an early 21-0 lead, but the offense had its share of struggles in a 34-23 victory over the Ravens. They have an extended break to figure out the kinks, but hey, 2-0 is better than 0-2.Late Woes Proof That Marvin Lewis' Bengals Still Not to Be Trusted as Contenders | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and HighlightsThe good news is that after racing out to a 21-0 lead over theBaltimore Ravens, theCincinnati Bengals hung on for a 34-23 win that elevated them to 2-0 and first place in the AFC North. But was this game too close to being another primetime collapse?Billy Price hypes up Bengals crowd as he walks off after injury - NFL VideosBengals center Billy Price walks off the field after an injury to hype up the crowd. Cincinnati Bengals honor 1988 Super Bowl team Thursday nightBengals legendary left tackle Anthony Munoz reflects on rejoining his former Super Bowl teammates, and opens up about his desire to see the current Bengals in their own Super Bowl.Random Bytes Report: Kendricks signing 1-year deal with Seahawks | theScore.comThe former Browns linebacker won’t be sentenced until January for insider trading charges he plead guilty to earlier this month. For now, he’s joining Pete Carroll’s squad in Seattle. How Dallas Cowboys are wasting Dak Prescott's rookie deal, salary cap - NFL 2018Dallas has failed to build a competent team around Dak Prescott, and it's paying for it. Here's how the Cowboys got here, and what's next.Fantasy football -- Matthew Berry's 50 facts for Week 2 of 2018 NFL seasonAs usual, plenty of correct statements to help you set your Week 2 lineups www.cincinnatibengalsshop.com , as well as the story of a fantasy player in a battle for his life.Panthers not altering plans despite Hurricane Florence - NFL.comRon Rivera told reporters the Panthers plan to practice in Charlotte on Friday despite Hurricane Florence. Keeping normal protocol would entail leaving for Atlanta on Saturday ahead of Sunday's tilt versus the Falcons.Le'Veon Bell disappointed teammates talked contract - NFL.comLe'Veon Bell recently told NFL Network's Maurice Jones-Drew he wants to see his Pittsburgh Steelers teammates succeed despite not being on the playing field with them.Tony Gonzalez, Ed Reed lead first-time HOF candidates - NFL.comThe NFL unveiled its list of modern-era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2019. Highlighted on Thursday's list are four first-time candidates: tight end Tony Gonzalez, linebacker London Fletcher, corner Champ Bailey and safety Ed Reed.Yannick Ngakoue Is Coming for Your Quarterback | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and HighlightsIt's quiet on the club levelof TIAA Bank Field.Eeriequiet. Almost nobody is here on a summer day in Jacksonville, Florida, as a mountain of a man takes a seat at a vacant table and gazes out a window to the football field below...NFL roster cuts 2018: Bengals announce practice squad The Cincinnati Bengals have announced the team’s initial practice squad.After constructing the 53-man roster on Saturday, there were quite a few surprises and 24 players who were waived on Saturday were eligible to make the practice squad today.The practice squad can still change at any time (and will) but this is the initial list of players who made the cut.The Bengals also got a roster exemption this year to participate in the International Player Pathway Program. All four AFC North teams and all four NFC South teams are participating in the program this year. The NFC South participated in 2017, too. As part of the program, these teams will carry an additional overseas player on their practice squads in 2018, and the Bengals’ player is German tight end Moritz B枚hringer. He does not count toward the 10-man practice squad limit, so the Bengals can have 11 players on the practice squad, including B枚hringer this year.As of now, only 10 players are on the practice squad, with room for one more to be signed.Bengals’ 2018 practice squadTE Moritz B枚hringer (first-year player Cincinnati Bengals T-Shirt , Aalen [Germany])DT Andrew Brown (rookie, Virginia)HB Quinton Flowers (rookie, South Florida)H-B Jordan Franks (rookie, Central Florida)CB C.J. Goodwin (third-year player, California [Pa.])C Brad Lundblade (rookie, Oklahoma State)OT Kent Perkins (first-year player, Texas)CB KeiVarae Russell (third-year player, Notre Dame)WR Kermit Whitfield (first-year player, Florida State)LB Chris Worley (rookie, Ohio State)QB Christian Hackenberg (third-year player, Penn State)Interestingly not making the practice squad are running back Brian Hill — who did clear waivers — and rookie quarterback Logan Woodside. It seems the Bengals could look to sign a different quarterback to the practice squad to take that final spot.We’ll keep you updated as the Bengals make more roster moves, which could include one more player being added here.UPDATE: Christian Hackenberg is joining the Bengals’ practice squad as its final member. The quarterback has been a draft bust to this point, but will attempt to develop further in Cincinnati.

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